Who is Symmetry Pilates Center and what do we do?

Your Core is your Fitness Foundation.

The mission of Symmetry Pilates Center is to provide a broad range of clients customized training to improve performance within their sport or activity. Each body is unique and each individual has their own fitness and health goals. Our intention is to understand where you are at, where you want to be, and then help you get there. Our approach is based on customized programming to ensure safe successful training. We can help you reach your potential.

Remember your body is the only place you have to live, so take care of it. It needs to last you a lifetime.


The STOTT PILATES® methodology has taken over two decades to develop through collaboration with physical therapists, sports medicine and fitness professionals. It combines modern principles of exercise science and spinal rehabilitation, making it one of the safest and most effective methods available. It is widely used by rehab and prenatal/postnatal clients, athletes, celebrities, and about every segment of the population.


  • Longer, Leaner Muscles
  • Core Strength & Stability
  • Injury Prevention
  • Relief from Stress & Back Pain
  • Better Posture
  • Improved Balance & Coordination
  • Enhanced Athletic Performance
  • Effective Post-rehabilitation
  • Heightened Mind-body awarness
  • Increased Self-confidence

STOTT PILATES exercises are designed to restore the natural curves of the spine and rebalance the muscles around the joints. Emphasis is placed on stabilization and placement of the scapula, pelvis, rib cage, and neck/head, while using the breath to assist in the engagement of the correct core muscles. This teaches the body how to coordinate movements and become more aware of where it is in space.

This heightened sense of control and awareness is critical for peak performance and everyday functional activities.

Pilates is known for core conditioning but it also develops the small stabilizer muscles which are often underused, hence underdeveloped, leading to less than optimal joint stabilization and increased risk of injury. Traditional training focuses almost entirely on the larger muscle groups. Therefore, it is essential to add STOTT PILATES as a conditioning methodology to your traditional fitness regime.

What is my “core”?

Your core consists of not only your abdominals but also your gluteals, back and hips. Pilates addresses all these muscles to not only improve your core strength but also your hips and pelvic stability.

What do our cients say?

Client Quote:
“TRX at the Symmetry Studio was one of the best ways i could have strengthened my core. it’s one of the reason i was able to knock off over 30 minutes off my recent Iron Man. “- Ironman Lake Placid 2012 Finisher

What should I wear?

Wear comfortable clothing. Something that you will be able to move freely in. NEW COVID-19 requirements: Wash hands or use hand sanitizer after entering, before starting your session. Please wear a mask when entering and exiting our studio. You may remove your mask when you get to your designated workout area. Socks are required. Registration is required in advance for all classes and private training sessions.

Do I have to pay a membership fee?


What is my commitment?

At Symmetry, we want you to get what you pay for. We have multiple size packages that you can purchase or you can pay one class/session at a time. Our packages, however, do have an expiration date.

What does it mean to be a STOTT PILATES satellite training facility?

Being a training facility means having access to the latest updates and trainings available to continually challenge our clients in a safe and effective manner. We pride ourselves in having on staff, NH’s only lead instructor trainer and rehab instructor trainer who shares her knowledge with our staff for continued growth and development of our pilates program.

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